Absolute vs . Relative Direct Pen Input

@inproceedings{Forlines2006AbsoluteV,
  title={Absolute vs . Relative Direct Pen Input},
  author={Clifton Forlines and Daniel Vogel and Nicholas Kong and Ravin Balakrishnan},
  year={2006}
}
We present the findings from two experiments designed to explore the effect of absolute vs. relative direct pen interaction on both small and large scale displays where the input and display spaces are co-incident. An absolute mapping where there is a one-to-tone correspondence between the pen and cursor positions was found to be superior to a relative mapping where the pen and cursor positions can be offset with a variable mapping for all distances on the small screen of a Tablet PC; however… CONTINUE READING

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